This range of unique facemasks are a collaboration between Neetje, Clawdyclaws, Julia Janssen, Ernst van Hoek and Studio Jeffrey Heiligers. Dutch illustrators designed the pattern on the fabric and Jeffrey made the masks. 



In the middle of the Covid-19 outbreak it became apparent that isolation would last longer than we had first expected, and at some point we would need to leave the safety of our homes and interact in public space. Beginning by making washable masks for everyday use by the general public, the question of how essential services currently protecting their staff arose - are they using methods that are practical and sustainable in the long term? Human behaviour is not easily changed - so as shops, horeca and public transport begin to operate, it may take some time for the general public to adjust to the “new normal” 1.5m socially-distanced society.

Studio Jeffrey Heiligers’ created a customisable uniform that creates a sense of normally or both the user and the public. As an prototype, denim (an instantly recognisable fabric) was chosen for its casual appearance and durability however the choice of material is of course completely adaptable to the requirements of any company who choose to implement a uniform. The main protective components of the uniform are the washable face mask and baseball cap with a detachable plastic shield, which can be easily wiped clean. Other uniform elements are available to be purchased by the client depending on their needs.



Home object that makes potential energy visible by giving it a simple push



Posture changes the negative image of an ageing population, from people who are slowly making their way through life with a zimmer frame to independent, active and healthy people.

Studio Jeffrey Heiligers has created an alternative solution to combat desk Posture, with a shirt that's tailored to remind you of your slouch.


SHI[R]T, 2017

Studio Jeffrey Heiligers x BLACK.Bleach

Inspired by the Fashion Manifesto of Lidewij Edelkoort; “How can a garment be cheaper then a sandwich?” the two designers started this initiative. The goal is to create awareness about the buying behaviour in our society and the impact it has on the environment. “We noticed that a lot of people do not make conscious purchases when they shop.” according to the founders Eva and Jeffrey. “With this platform we want to make them more aware of their buying behaviour and change this.”




made-to-measure unisex clothes

A digital sizing system that creates perfect fit garments for every body type with just a few required measurements.